Rain Wilds Top by Nomad Stitches

Rain Wilds Top

April 2018
Sport (12 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
US 4 - 3.5 mm
241 - 711 yards (220 - 650 m)
XS - 3XL
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Rain Wilds takes its name from the literary fantasy series The Rain Wilds Chronicles by Robin Hobb. It’s a magical place fed by a dangerous river and an abundance of trees big and strong enough to hold a civilization. The top is a loose and comfortable garment with lace that reassembles streams and water lanes that feed nature.

It’s constructed in rounds, from the bottom - up. The pattern comes with a chart for the lace, as well as written instructions. There are two optional styles: tunic and cropped, however, length is adjustable to preference.

This listing is for the PDF knitting pattern in English only.
It is comes in US terms and with detailed instructions and a glossary of the abbreviations and stitches used.
Level - Easy (advanced beginner)

YARN: Approximately (XS) 220 - 440 m, (S)250 -460 m, (M)280 - 490 m, (L) 310 - 510, (XL) 340 - 550 m, (XXL) 380 - 590 m, (3XL) 420 - 650 m
of sport yarn (size 2) - Material varies between cropped and tunic versions.
Sample used Drops Cotton Viscose, 100% Mercerized Cotton.
NEEDLES: 3.5 mm circular needles or size needed to meet gauge.
NOTIONS: 4 stitch markers, 3 stitch holders or scrap yarn to hold stitches (optional), and a tapestry needle.

The pattern comes in six sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL and 3XL.
These measurement are of the actual garment. It’s recommended that you take your measurements and pick your size based on desired fit (designed with 5 - 15 cm of positive ease):
Around Bust: 80 (90, 102, 112, 122, 132, 142) cm
Length: (cropped version) 48 (49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 53) cm (tunic version: +25cm)
Around Hips: 92 (98, 109, 119, 130, 142, 147) cm

Please contact me if you need any clarification or if you have any questions regarding the pattern.

This pattern is for personal use. I do not authorize the sale or distribution of the pattern itself or the pictures in it. The finished item may be sold or distributed. However, I ask for it to be recognized as a Nomad Stitches design. Thank you.